Karen A. Boyle
DAYTON, OHIO … Dayton Freight Lines, a leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services, has won Logistics Management’s 2013 Quest for Quality award in the Midwest/North Central Regional LTL category. This is the fourth time DFL has been honored with this achievement. And, for the first time, DFL has won the 2013 Quest for Quality Award in the Expedited Motor Carriers Category.
The Quest for Quality awards are voted on by readers of Logistics Management magazine, and are regarded as one of the most important measures of customer satisfaction and operational excellence in the transportation industry. Each year, the study evaluates and measures transportation service providers across the nation utilizing criteria such as on-time performance, value, information technology, customer service and equipment/operations.
"These particular awards are meaningful because they are based on customer opinions,” says Dave Brady, VP of Sales. "Dayton Freight is committed to helping our customers with their transportation needs – quickly, accurately and with total freight visibility. Our culture is one of servant leadership, and we are proud to serve so many great companies.”
Founded in 1981, Dayton Freight Lines is a private, union-free, LTL freight carrier headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. With 43 Service Centers in the Midwest region, Dayton Freight offers shippers 1 or 2 day service to thousands of points throughout an 11 state area. With their Strategic Alliance Network, they serve all of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Guam. Dayton Freight is currently ranked as the 17th largest LTL carrier in the country.